by Scott Creighton
In a report released by the Pentagon and a subsequent press conference, it has been made clear that remains of passengers from Flight 93 (Shanksville) and Flight 77 (supposedly struck the Pentagon) were incinerated and dumped in a landfill somewhere in Virginia. According to a statement made at the press conference, this practice of burning and dumping the remains of the passengers started “shortly after 9/11”
Is anyone else here wondering how they could have separated the body parts of the passengers on Flight 77 from the body parts of the office workers who died in the Pentagon on Sept 11th 2001 without doing DNA testing PRIOR to making that determination? How is it that just the Flight 77 passengers’ remains went to the dump and not the office workers? Hmmmmm…….
“The number of victims involved was unclear, but the report said the remains were from people killed when a terrorist-hijacked airliner struck the Pentagon (Flight 77), killing 184 people, and another crashed in Shanksville, Pa.(Flight 93), killing 40, in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
There was no indication that remains from the attack on the World Trade Center in New York were involved.” Fredricksburg.com
Last night I read a New York Times article on the subject and when I pulled it up this morning, they had re-written it to exclude the mention of the two flights from which the bodies came.
Below is the video of the press conference in which the reporter mentions this practice started just after 9/11.
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